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Blog - Changing the URL of user account on posts.

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 14, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
When a post is created on a SharePoint 2010 blog, the title of the post and author is displayed. When clicking on the authors name it brings up the userdisp.aspx with all their info. I need to redirect them to another page that displays the author's bio instead.

Someone told me that I need somehow rewrite the URL inside the div.ms-PostFooter tag. I have absoutely no knowledge of Javascript. Can someone please help??



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